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Reviewed by Shrabastee Chakraborty for Readers' Favorite
'Love at first sight' is a myth, or is it? Then how come Bryant Fuller keeps coming back to Pearlie Mae’s Café every Christmas Eve? Three years ago, on this very day, in this place, he had found his soulmate in Cassie. An unforgettable day followed with time spent laughing together and connecting. It was slightly tarnished by the news of Cassie’s upcoming marriage. Undaunted, Bryant promised to be present at the café every Christmas Eve so that she could always find her way back to him. After three years, however, Bryant is now starting to question his decision. Should he move on with his life or wait just a little bit longer? To discover what lies in store for them, you have to read Every Year, Every Christmas by Anthony Lamarr.
Inspired by Luther Vandross’s holiday song of the same title, Every Year, Every Christmas presents a sweet love story with unexpected twists. In an age of broken promises, Bryant’s constancy and devotion help us regain our trust. Anthony Lamarr shows how love transcends the boundaries of time and stays aflame. That is why the aged owner of the café yearns to reunite with his deceased wife or why Bryant’s mother can rely on her newfound love after her husband’s death. Lamarr makes his characters so realistic that readers cannot help rooting for them, cheering them on, or secretly wishing for a happy ending. I would recommend this book not only to those who appreciate romance but also to anyone who needs a feel-good story right now.